at around

at around

Near or close to; approximately; around. Usually refers to a numerical value or point in time. We're planning to arrive at around noon. He was a huge man, standing at around seven feet tall. The lottery this week is valued at around $200 million.
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The report showed that the cumu- lative oil production by OAPEC's 10 members stood at around 73 billion barrels during 2000-2009 while the prices of their crudes averaged nearly $ 40 a barrel during that period.
Iraq had the second largest crude deposits at the start of 2009, standing at around 115 billion barrels.
Consequently, excess supply capacity in the Japanese economy as a whole has remained at around 30 percent since the capital investment bubble reached its peak in 1991.
Overall, purchasing power parity probably exists at around [yen] 160 to the dollar.
Base price of a complete portable dryer with closed-loop loading to the press starts at around $7500 for a 25-lb/hr size.
The unit can monitor up to 32 drying hoppers from a central location and is priced at around $2200-3000.
The asthma market accounts for the majority of the total and is valued at around US$15 billion.
At around 1 billion Euro, the order backlog at March 31, 2006 was on a par with the previous year's very high figures.